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WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 27, 1800.
OABU RAILWAY &LAHD CO.'S
'I'd TilUt' HfiVrt Allziinl !!0. 1MSIO.
A.M. A.M. l'.M. P.M.
Leave Honolulu 8:15 1:1." 5:30$
Arrive llonoullull -.1 !'.) 2:l!i C:?.i;
Leavo llonouliull. f.:lo" I0:r.l :i:5l ....
Arrive Honolulu., r. : 4 1 1 1 :G3 1:5.". ....
Satin days ami Mondays only.
t Putin days only. .
r'clir l.uvliila fiom Walturio
Opr bk Paul Jseiibeig, F .1 Wolters
1U0diiV ft oin Liverpool
Stnir Hawaii fioin llnnvikua
Kchr Mol Wahlne fioin Paiiullo
Soliv Wniuialu fioin Katmtng's Island
MiurOlt Ml 'Imp fioin cheuli of Onliu
Stmr Mlauea Ilou foi Pcpccl.cu and llo-
lioinii at o )i in (
"" CARGOES' FROM ISLAND PORTS."
StmrPelo- 1(11." bags sugar, BSgiccn
hides, and Hi pieces ot old lion
Stmr Hawaii-5-100 bags sugar ami SO
Srhr Mol Wahlne 1 10 bags sugar.
VESSELS LEAVING TO-MORROW.
Stmr 1'ele for Lahalua and ICukaiaii at
1 p in
Selir Lav lnta for llanapepe
From ll.unaUtm per d'ur Pole, Aug
2fi-MUs L Lyman and Mr Handling.
For Uainakim per stmr Iwalaul, Aug
20 It A Lyman, .J D Miller, M. It iclla,
and W 1 Liminheihci.
For Maul per stmr Llkelike, Aug 2G
(J Stoekle, Hon W Y Horner, .r T Aluli,
jtl G Trendway. Antone Borha, W Na
poleon. Thos L Guliek, 1$ Lyons. .Ill S
Kaluo, S W Kaai, Master A Long, J V
Uolvllle and w lfe.
For Kauai per stmr Mikabala. Aug 20
Mrs Wee, .1 JI Blaekio and wife, Win
Babble. Miu Eveiett, Mr Smith and
wife, Fied Carter, E Conanr, Anna
Younker, Sam Ling and Sam 1 1 1 ug.
The bk Matildn.Capt Call J Swonson,
arrived yesterday afternoon, 22 days
fjom Nanalino, Vancouver Island, with
1100 tons of coal consigned to Messrs
Allen A Itobinson. She experienced
tine weather all the way.
The selir Waiinalu, Cant Wclstbaith.
arrived early this niorning, 25 days
Jioni Fannlug's Island. She biougbt
15 tons guano, 5 boxes mdse, 1 box of
oil, 1 ease coin and 1 mail package. She
is consigned to Hon. J S. Walker.
The German bk Paul Iseuberg, Capt
K.T Wolter8, at rived last evening, ICG
dajs fiom Liveipool, which poit she
left on March 12th. She had very calm
and fine weather all her way. She was
17 days rounding Cape ifoin fiom SO
deg south to CO deg south. Crossed the
equator m the Tactile ou Aug 1th. She
hi ought a general cargo of merchandise
consigned to Messrs 11 Ilackfeld A Co.,
and is docked at the Mall wbaif tills
The Hawaiian Band will give a
public concert at "Waikiki Villa,
this evening at 7;30 o'clock, ren
dering the following programme:
March Greetings Bcrgcr
Overture Light Cavalry Suppe
Finale Carmen Uizet
.Selection Bohemian Girl Balfe
One, Two, Tlnce and Four. Mnul Girl.
Medley War Recollections Beyer
I'atrol Mount Guards Kllenberg
Waltz The Syrens Waldteufel
Polka A Good Kiss Coote
HOUSE AND LOBBY.
Members will be "bracing" Noble
Cornwcll for cigars the rest of tbo
session, in anticpiation of his great
Tlio absence of Noble Parker from
indisposition, which tbo House and
Lobby deeply regret, has made
such a big void that Noble Pua is
constrained to carry his stalwart
form across the floor every day to
There was a Hanuikunu named
At Dillingham's railway he snick
ered. Just hear his wait ;
"Of wtiat avail
Is road of rail
Compared with the dear old bul
And thon the glare
Of his eloquence rare
CSrow fitful and suddenly flickpro.
A LITERARY VISITOR.
Miss Ruth Ward, traveling cor
respondent of tho Pacific Coast
Literary Bureau, arrived hero by tho
Australia on Friday. She is from
Lcadville, Colorado, and is on a
journey round the world in tho in
terest of literature. Miss Ward's
debut as a writer was during her
school days, when sho wrote for tho
press under the nom-do-plumo of
"Grnphio." Though quito young,
tho lady has received commendatory
notices from well-known critics on
her poetry and other writings, is a
composer of music and the author
of a work uow in press. Mis3 Ward
has already traveled in six countries
yith a view of writing up each and
will do these islands thoroughly.
Dressed in bloomers and blouse sho
lilies a bjoycje whore tho roads per
mit, and counts miles by tho twen
ties. In conversation Miss Watd
bhows a superior education, and n re
markable knowledgo of books and
authors. Her forto as a writer is in
description, her efforts in that lino,
though sparkling with wit, having n
yeln of poetio sympathy,
LOCAL &QEHLRAL HEWS,
Dci-arturk I)v coal is fit: sale by
S. M. Gaiter.
I'ltEsu Dcpnrluii' It.ty oonl
salo bv Allon & .Robiinou.
Notiok of alo of Government laud
leases appeals in our liy uiilhoiity
Winru Bio. Poitland cement is
for Mile in any iunntitira liy F. A.
Schaofor A Co.
Oalikquni.v hay will be sold at
public auction at 12 noon to-nioiiow,
bv Mr. Lewis J. I.evoy.
TtlK Hawaiian Mission Children's
Society will meet at Mr. W. W. Hull's
residence next Saturday evening.
ii m it - - --
Tun Aiion picnic at Raymond
G i o o will bo next Sat unlay afternoon
noil livening. For hour of tiitin dc
pnituio eonmlt advertisement.
llonsr.s, mares and eoltw will, bo
sold at. public auction next Saturday,
at 12 noon, at rear of lion. .1. 1. Dow-;Ctt'-
ollicc, by Mr. .Inn. F. Mm gun.
To-Mouttow, at 10 a in., .In-. P.
Morgan will oll household turnituie,
including a Westi'tuiever piano, at
No. 88 lturi'tania street, adjoining
Mrs. E. 1). Moignn's icidenee.
A Micmixu of Couipuny ATuruci
Yoioin will beheld ne.t Friday nigbl
at Hie Ituyul Hotel, ut 7::Jt) o'clock.
Busitioi'.s of inipoitance will bo trans
acted, for which iciu.011 a full attend
anco is desirable.
TiiKiu Majesties the King and
Queen entertained at dinnci, hint
evening, Colonel, Mrs and Miss
Sprockets, and Mr., Mi. and Mis-s
HoUnung, along willi whom were a
number of other invited guests.
When the oider of the day was
i cached at the Legislatuie this aftei
noon the pieioua question was ear
ned on the ruili oiid bill, and a mo
tion for the indefinito postponement
of the bill was lo-i, 7 voting for and
A HALi. was given at the Hawaiian
Hotel last evening by lion. II. A.
Wideinann and Mrs. Widemann,
complimentary to Mi. A. Hofl'nung,
wife and daughter. The King,
Queen, and Piincess Liliuokalani
EVENTS THIS EVEHINC.
Services at tit. Andrew's Cathe
dral, ut 7 :S0.
Services at Central Union Church,
Oabu Lodge !No. 1, lv. of P.,
Mystic Lodge No. 2, K. o P.,
Band Concert at Waikiki, 7.30
RECEPTION AND PRESENTATION.
The Rev. Herbert II. Go wen of
St. Andrew's Cathedral loaves on
the Australia for a six months' vaca
tion which lie will spend in England.
Last evening the members of his
Chinese congregation tendered him
a farewell reception in the Sunday
school room, about one hundred be
ing present. The room was nicely
decorated for the occasion. After
prayer and a hymn, Messrs. Chang
Kim, Ah Hung, and Yec Pio made
brief remarks, regretting the de
parture of their pastor, wishing him
bon voyage and a safe return. Mr.
Gowen thanked them all for their
Mr. Chang Kim, on behalf of the
congregation, then presented Mr.
Gowen with $100 in gold coin. Re
freshments were served and Boon
after the company dispersed.
This morning Mr. Gowen received
a copy of "Indigeneous Flowers of
the Hawaiian Islands," a note stat
ing that the book was sont as a
small token of the esteem in which
ho was held by members who wor
ship in St. Andrew's Cathedral und
also at Wailuku, Maui. Tho rever
end gentleman has also received
many other tokens.
WHAT IS THE MATTER?
What is the matter with 'those
planters ho are kicking so much
against helping the railway? A great
many people thought that tho mem
bers of the last Legislature were
working for their own interest, but
it seems that we have some in now
who arc ton times worse. It looks
as if some of them are scared that
if a railway reaches their plantations
the crown lands for which they pay
a mere nominal rental now will so
incrcaso in value that they will have
to pay so much more, or will stand
a chanco of losing thoso lands to
mako homesteads for the masses,
which they do not want. Shame on
them for trying to stop industry and
tho population of the islauds. They
could go ahoad and vote money
right and left for raising salaries,
but when It comes to something for
building up the country thoy aro sud
denly beized with convulsions of par
simoniousness. Look at tlio populated
sides of Punchbowl. Much of that
is due to the railway company. The
money earned in woiking to mako
the railroad has been used to build
cottages, plant gardens, and thus
mako homes. What aro many of us
poor working-men to do if the rail
road cannot continue to givo us em
ployment? Wo seo no opening for
work elsewhere in tho country. It
seems to me that most of us shall
have to starve, or clear out.
THE WORKINGMAN'S PAPER
"The Dally Bullfittn." 00 cents
UAlliY KUI.J.UI'IMW : llUNUWJl.U II. 1
Wr-nsiwiMV, Aug. 7.
Tlio House met at 10 o'clock,
in voi; rs in- committi'I".
Hop. alnniiiei iireeenluil tlio
port of the eoiiimulii' on forei ti il
lations upon Hep. Kalua's bill for
the I'ticouiiigcmi'iit of the growth,
inanufaaliiie, sw.d nsle of tobacco.
They find it in improper form, nu
constllntional, and in contiavetiUon
of treaty stipulations, be-sitles being
objectionable in other points. They
recommend that it be laid on Hie
table, and that the intiodncer havii
leave In biiug in an amended lull.
Noble Muller presented the icpoi I
of the commeicc coimniitep upon
tho petition that no nioie laborers
be impoiled. and that, laloiers be
lelurned to their own eountiics
when their contracts expire. They
letommeiid that the petition bo
laid on the table, as they believe
that n modoi ato appropriation
should be mane for labor iniinigia
lion, and thai to auiul the laboieis
out of the country miyhi be uncoil
The same committee lepoitud ad
versely upon the petition for aid to
telephones on Hawaii, as no aid has
been given to telephones on oilier
Minister Brown moved the rcpott
Rep. Ilickaid moved it be laid on
the table to be considered with the
Apptopiiatiun Bill. Untried.
Rep. Brown presented the icpoit
of the select committee on the item
of SC00O for Knpioloui Pail:. They
had visited the park and found that
last appropriation had been expend
ed judiciously in tho plautiu? of
trees and in keeping the dift'eieut
roads in order and lepair. The
grounds are suffciing foi want of
water, and it was found that an ar
tesian well can be leased near the
park for n icasonalile sum. It is
suggested that the old pipes abotn
to be taken up at Waikiki by Hie
Government might bo purchased by
the commissioner;! to be usu.1 in
connection with the artesian well.
There arc yet many ioad3 to lay
out and macadamize, but the lack
of funds has prevented biich woik.
The committee after examination
are satisfied that the proposed toad
lound Diamond Head on the shorn
is feasible, and arc of opinion that
it should be built under the super
vision of the Paik Commissioners,
as they with the paik labor will be
able to do the woik much more
cheaply than the Government. The
committee recommend that the item
pass as follows: Aid to Kapiolani
Park Association, S2o00 tlieicot to
be spent in constructing a road
round Diamond Head, $13,000.
The late Miniitor o the Intciior ic
couuneiidcd or suggested that the
Paik Commissioners, lease Diamond
Head with tho view of planting its
sides with trees and the making of
a biidlc path to the summit, but in
view of the road round Diamond
Head being considered and this
committeo recommending the build
ing of the same, tho suggestion of
the Into Minister has not been acted
Laid on the table to be considered
with the Appropriation Bill.
Rep. Lucas presented the report
of tho select committee on the items
of 8o0,617 for a new central fire
station and S.'iOOO for a fire engine
on the Plains, recommending that
they pass. They stato that the
Board of Education has offeied the
use of a lot on the plains whereon
to erect a fire station.
Laid on the table to bo considered
with tho Apptopriation Bill.
Rep. Paehaole presented the re
poitof the select committee on the
item oi 18,000 for the biennial
period as subsidy to the Oceanic
Steamship Co., lecommending that
it pass with the condition inserted
that no more will bo claimed by the
company than the nmouiit in the
bill. To this condition the company
had expressed their willingness to
agree. The committee speak t.ivor
abby of accommodations for carrying
bananas on tho steamship Australia.
They had ascertained that S1G.800
had been spent by the company for
labor at this port the past two years.
Laid ou tho table for consideration
with the Appropriation Bill.
Rep. Waipuilani moved that the
vote of yesterday laying the repoit
on the Peter Leo road to the volcano
ou tho table bo reconsidered. Ilo
informed tho House in making hid
motion on that occasion, that Peter
Lee had conveyed tlio exolusivo
rights to the road to theliitci-Island
Steam Navigation Co. Since then
he had learned that the company had
released Leo from the contiact, and
now ho wished to have tlio conse
quences of his mistake remedied.
Rep. Rosa spoko in fuvor of tho
purchase of tho road.
Noma Widemann had noticed
something peculiar about tho com
mittee's leport. If the Government
bought the road it should securo
perpetual rights in it, and not nicucly
a right of way for ten years.
Rep. Ntvwahi said the committee
had considered all tho lion. Noble'ii
objections, and understood that the
Minister was to secure the light?
from tho Commissioners of Crown
Hup. Brown thought it was pietty
good to pay 810,000 for a road on
leased property. How loiig hud tho
lease to run?
rn rirt r T5
f flT I
Rep. Rosa Thiity yoais
Rep. Brown did not think (ho
Government should pay SlO,00f foi
a load that would' pi'i out of Ms
hands in thiity years.
ltep. IJosi was Mirpiisod at such
niguments from an attorney. Tliu
House was continually appiopriating
money for toad damages, etc., but
the Miniislci of Intciior was not
going to expend the money without
being sine of the titles. There wirs
no doubt that at the end of the
thirty .vcais the Goveniment would
iciiew the arrangement, and it would
continue I'll etertiit.
Noble itlcuimiri claimed that
there was no more in the petition
and icpoit than a fifteen years use
of the road.
The motion carried 'ind the icpo:!.
was laid on the table to be consider
ed with the Appiopiiaiion Bill.
Rep. Kalua, on suspension of the
nilcs, presented the repoit of the
judiciaiy committee on lulls of Rcp-i.
While and Paehaole, to amend the
laws relating to tlctottimi of inaiucd
people. Thv find the bills olncure
in inclining and submit an amended
biil. On suspension of tho rules he
read the bill a III si lime, thou a
second time by title, and finally
moved the lull pas to engrossment.
Ho held that the abolition of iin
Wisonmc!it of wives lor desertion
was a mistake and the law should
Noble W idemann moved that the
bill be indefinitely postponed, lie
had fought Ibat. old section of the
Penal Code lumr ago, and did not
think he should be called on to liuhl
it again in his .old age. The piison
and the Police (Joiia weic not the
places in which to revive affection.
Rep. Paehaole was in favor of
passing the bill. Since the old law
was abolished a great deal of hard
ship had been occasioned by wives
deserting their husbands. Under
that law women who had been com
pelled to return to their spouses in
many cases lived happily with them
The lull passed, to be read a third
limo l inlay.
Noble Pnilhps moved that the peti
tion of Skinner & Co. (London) be
taken from the table and referred to
a committee. The mover for tabling
it had used the argument that the
ease was in court. Now, however,
he could say that the case was taken
out of court. Tic proceeded to eluci
date the nature of the claim.
Minister Biown laiscd the point
of order that tho mover had not
voted in the ninjoiity lo lay the
petition on the table.
Noble idemann said that to take
the petition from the tabic and to
reconsider were two different ques
tions. If the lion. Noble was out of
order ho would make the motion his
own, as ho had voted in the majority.
The President ruled that there
was no such rule against a motion
lo take fiom the tabic.
Recess from 12 to 1 :,"().
Mr. J. W. Yarndlcy wishes to an
nounce that he will icsiime teaching
on Monday, September 1, 1890,
and requests all desiriiu; lessons in
the cultivation of the voice or upon
the violin, to mako application pre
vious to aforementioned date to ar
langc limo and place. Lessons
given either at the residence of pupil
or at Mr. Yarndlcy's music loom,
No. 35 Emma street. Address P.
108 or the office
Per -'Paul Ieiiheig" an Invoice
For sale In quantities to suit at
F. A. GOH AEFE8 &GO.
ron SAf.E nv
. BJL L?J FtCTJETGB .
CST Both Telephones Xo. 187 t
:zn Hi3 5 Jl
DBpartore Bay Coal!
Now Laiidln csbnik ''Matilda "
I'cut aiLc nv
C12 4(i Qiicoii Street. fflt
CHEW Motley'H v Co.'s Ivanhoo
Natmal Leaf Tobacco, positively
tho flnei,t ehowhiK tobacco made. For
Bute by HOELISTEK & CO.
rVHE BEST PAPER to subscribe
1. lor in the "Dally llullollii." f0
v o mta per month
DBgaitnre Bay Coal !
. w tt .
riiircl Anal Picnii
-dlV I.J, IIV Till'.-
At. Eemond Grove !
Oil SATURDAY, M. 011.
THAIN- WILT, uuvi:
at 1:00, l!;nn, 0:1)0,
o'clock r. "M.
7:00 and 0:30
TIMINS W'UAi l.r.AVK HKMOND
(UlOVi: at .1:10. 5:00, S:G0, 12:00
and 12:15 o'clock i. M.
To c.'iiimei'ce niter the aiiivil of the
ihH irain. eoiibUtiii'j til llasi hill, Snek
and Foot Haecs, Applea on iheblilng.
and othor games to auiu-u young and
old. Miitable presents will b. awauled
to the -iicee-sful competitors.
Pining tho afternoon nnd evening Iiv
the Royal Hawaii r.i Hand.
DANCING AT 7 P. hi
O Cib: A Nl o-
VOll SAX FRANCISCO,
The Al Siu.iinship
"AUSTR A L I A,"
Will li live Honolulu for thenbovu
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Km I'll iil:t 01 Pas-ic,
Via. a. mwm & co . iai,
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Sole Agents for II iwaiiaii Iflandj.
HjilIB next teim begins MONDAY.
X beptember 1st. New pupils
Miould ajiplv at once. For (uuhcr iar
tlctilnrs apply to
Wit. 1!. OLESOX,
28 21t . I'lhiuipal.
AflOOD Cook for a ranch ou Hawaii.
Apply at this olllee. CO'J tf
NIOEI.Y Km nibbed
Front Room at No.
2?& i Adams I.aue. tVM if
iS&lSyS ' Eront Tlooui with board.
Koit st. oppo. Uhluesn Chinch.
,'v. a OTTAGE ou 5-ehool street
$&i nn,,r '"l"""i avniiuo.
KJauagga containing i looms and kit
chon, partially furnished. Apply
HAWAIIAN BUSINESS AGENCY.
.JWX-& HTO lent or lease a Cottage
ra.j7sa - with about four looms;
VJfxziiM about 10 minutes' walk front
town; on Kln or Ueielaula Btreots, to
wards the Plains prcfouod. Address
"L. A- C," this olllee. (i22 tf
v,v T ELEO Stables at
&$ -tJ oeeupleil by Hi
&SS205 'JVaiiBfor Co . pei
J. A. WALICEK,
NOTICE to HORSEMEN!
rpw Colebrak'd Iti.n
uTrf"- nnndoiiU" will stand
C!Sui- Wondlnwn Duli-v:
terms 830. For fuilbor particular
apply at the Daily, r.fi. :1m
HEWETT & JACOBSEKT,
AccouaHnls, ColleoU.riii Oonmisjlon AxwU
Uaitoci llouto Qrokera.
Aro r.t all limes jimpircd to per.
form any description of Clerical Woik,
such us Audit inj; A counts, PiMlhigup
Tnidosmtn'd Books, Mnkini; luvcntoilos
of Stock, Kugrossiiif,' Lcynl IJoiuinuul&,
Etc. Conipceut and Itcliuhln Freight
CleiltB for the delivery aud tallying of
CS?"Ofllco at IIuBracc & Boimmaox'fl,
Queen Bticct l'oit Ollleo liox 189, Jlu.
tniil Tolsphoao IP: Hell TolupUouu 41 1
NOW IS THE TTM'R !
f - s a n
Ate now selling thcii Bonds, and upon
tore or lusiiranco goes with eveiy Bond.
The following aie a few of Iho many attractive forms offered by this
original and progressive Company:
ENDOWMENT BONDS, b PFR CENT. GUARANTEED FOR LIFE.
INDEMNITY BONDS, 4 " " " " "
IMPROVED FREE TONTINES WITH LUCRATIVE OPTIONS.
PARTNERSHIP AND JOINT LIFE POLICIES.
CHILDRENS' ENDOWMENTS, ETC.
The Compnny is equitable, its payments prompt and certain, and its
(From the. iVeio Tor mi, April -Uh, 18!)0.)
Tho iiiirjiro.i., EhisinoAK liJvor TnuutiMjto.d by st MV. Assur-
Tim new btittinest. of the Equitable Life Asstiianco Society of Now,
Yoik for the first quarter of the present year is reported lo exceed Kutv
Miimox Doi.laui. This is al the rate of io hundred millions of aam'r
mm for tfieieur, and is unprecedented in the annals of life assurance.
5yInforniaiion cheerfully furnished to
upon the uiider-igucd al Ins office.
Genetal Atgutil for the Hawaiian Islands, Equitable Life Assurance Societv
of tho V. S. Jan-l-DO
"lYa have received per
W.SO, A LABtiE STOCK 01'
n r t
UlCJttlU B Kx.Ui
Gents' Eurnishiag Goods, &c, &e,
SS51 These Goods will
MONDAY :NXT. August
S. EI-IELICH & CO.
Havinn lemoved our SODA WORKS to more commodious qnaitei. at
Tho. SO FORT TES.E:'!?,
(Ncai the Custom Hout-e)
Wo arc now picpaitd to furnish al tdioil notice, and of prime quality, any
of the followine; High Clasn Aerated Ilevuiages:
Plain, Sweet, Leiei, Strawlisrry it Gnm
Sarsaparillti, Sareaparilla & Iron Water, and Crab
lining oxcluaivnly the HYATT PUKE WATEll SYSTEM.
E. B. Hi:.vi)uv, Pieililent X Mana-icr.
Gouriinr IJitowN, Sccietaiy A; Tieafcuicr.
HAWAIIAN HARDWARE CO.,
Oppo. Spri'dioN' IJnnk, : Fort Street, Honolulu.
1MFOKTEUH and DEALEKS IN
Gen'S Hardware, Blassware, Crockery,
Ocnulno'llavllbud China, plain and docorated; and "Wodgewoodl
Piano, Libraiy & St.uul Lamps, Chandoliors it Electoliorfl,
Lamp Fisturcs of all kinds, A complete assortin't ot Drills it Piles,
PLANTATION SUPPLIES Ot EVERY DESCRIPTION '
Tim "Uaollo" .t-w heeled P.idint; Plow it Equalizer,
Blinibe.ud Uico Plow, Planters' Steel it Oooseneekcd Hock,
Oill9 Oil, f .
LAUB, CYLINDER, KEROSENE, LINSEED,
Piiiutsj YainiahcB it Brunhcs, Manila it Sie.d Hope,
HANDLES OF ALL KINDS,
Howe, J-Iohc, 3Eowe,
BUnilEU, WUUMJOUND of suporior quality, A STEAM,
AR.ito Iron AVaro, flilvnr Pluled Waro, Table A Pocket Cutlery,
Powder, Shot A Caps, The Celebrated "Club" Machino-lOaded Cutriducn,
llart'H Taliint "Duplox" Die Stool: lor Pipo A Bolt Throadinu,
llailinan'u Steel Wire Fouco A Sleol Wire Mats,
Win. CI. FiHbor'u Wrought Slecl Ranges,
Qato City Htonu FiUiub,
"New Procosa" Tvviht DrillB,
hov29'IV - Ncul'a Carriage 1'aIhIb,
terms. The additional fca-
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